What do you remember from your pre-algebra days? Some basic calculations, drills, and exercises in workbooks? At New Hope, Paul Mason approaches pre-algebra as an immediately hands-on enterprise, putting the numbers "to work" from day one.
New Hope Courses for Homeschoolers is here to partner with homeschooling families by providing high-quality, supplemental courses. We at New Hope understand that 8th gradecan be an important year for homeschoolers. Parents of 8th graders often have a lot on their mind!
-Perhaps your 8th grader needs to bolster his or her skills in a subject to be ready for high school classes the next year.
-Perhaps your student is ready to start some high school classes their 8thgrade year, and you want them to start well.
-Perhaps there are classes like foreign language or math that are no longer working well online.
-Perhaps you are evaluating whether you can continue to homeschool through high school.
New Hope can help! Take a look at the courses available to our 8th grade students.
It's Servathon time! We kicked off with lunches on Monday and Thursday this week. We are getting into high gear, setting up our FirstGiving pages and personalizing letters we are sending to friends, families, and local businesses.
Recently I was asked by a parent why I thought taking a group literature course like the one I teach at New Hope is “worth it” for homeschoolers, who can clearly read great books on their own at home.
The New Rep players came to New Hope today and put on two Shakespeare workshops (one for middle school, one for high school). All English tutorials have been reading Macbeth in anticipation of the day, and it was a rousing success!
We hear it all the time: “What exactly is New Hope?” Our students call it the question! Because New Hope doesn’t easily fall into a traditional institutional category, it is easy to get confused. In fact, we often laugh about how many words it sometimes takes to explain who we are and what we do.